Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Masterclass on New Approaches to the Sociology of Economic Life with Dr Liz McFall (Open University, UK)
The School of Historical Studies under the auspices of the Cultural History of Economies Research Hub (CHERHub) is excited to offer postgraduate students and early career researchers in any discipline area the opportunity to workshop their research with acclaimed, international scholar Dr Liz McFall.
Dr McFall is a leading scholar of the sociology of economic life with particular emphasis on the historical formation of markets especially through advertising and other promotional practices. Her publications include: ‘Devices and Desires: how useful is the new ‘new’ economic sociology for understanding market attachment’, Sociology Compass (March 2009); ‘Rethinking Cultural Economy: pragmatics and politics’, Journal of Cultural Economy (July 2008); and Advertising: A Cultural Economy (London: Sage 2004).
Please send a brief biography and description of your project to Dr Jackie Dickenson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 31 August 2010. Places arelimited. We are unable to provide funds for travel to the workshop, but morning tea will be provided.
TIME: Thursday 7 October, 9.00 am - 12.45 pm
LOCATION: Jessie Webb Library, School of Historical Studies,
John Medley Building, University of Melbourne
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